Not many bars have a history that goes back 400 years, but this one—or parts of it, at least—was actually built by Pueblo Indians in the 16th century. The Alley Cantina went through various incarnations over the centuries before ending up as a primo spot to grab a green chile cheeseburger and a reasonably priced drink near the plaza. (Only a few walls in the kitchen and bathrooms are still original.) There's an outdoor patio for warm evenings, and pool, shuffleboard, and board games inside, along with live music most nights. To round thing off, the building is said to be haunted by the ghost of Teresina Bent, the daughter of a murdered 19th-century territorial governor.